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Army Techniques Publication ATP 4-43 (FM 10-67) Petroleum Supply Operations July 2014 [NOOK Book]

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This publication, Army Techniques Publication ATP 4-43 (FM 10-67), Petroleum Supply Operations July 2014, provides techniques on how to accomplish petroleum supply operations while deployed in an operational environment.

The principal audience for ATP 4-43 is personnel of all grades and levels performing in petroleum supply positions. It is also applicable to personnel assigned to operational commands and staffs and provides both of these ...
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Army Techniques Publication ATP 4-43 (FM 10-67) Petroleum Supply Operations July 2014

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Overview

This publication, Army Techniques Publication ATP 4-43 (FM 10-67), Petroleum Supply Operations July 2014, provides techniques on how to accomplish petroleum supply operations while deployed in an operational environment.

The principal audience for ATP 4-43 is personnel of all grades and levels performing in petroleum supply positions. It is also applicable to personnel assigned to operational commands and staffs and provides both of these groups with information necessary to conduct effective petroleum supply operations. Furthermore, ATP 4-43 provides information pertinent to multi-service partners and to units that must interact with multi-service partners.

ATP 4-43 provides a single, ready reference for commanders, staff personnel, and Soldiers performing petroleum storage and distribution operations. ATP 4-43 expands the discussion of basic petroleum operations introduced in FM 4-40, Quartermaster Operations, and petroleum distribution discussed in ATP 4-93, Sustainment Brigade. Combined with these publications, ATP 4-43 provides the reader with a complete understanding of petroleum operations within a geographical area of responsibility to include greater fidelity and detailed techniques for actual operations.

ATP 4-43 contains information and techniques for petroleum operations ranging from basic planning, safety, quality control, systems, and systems maintenance requirements. It also contains discussion on petroleum organizations that could be expected to operate in-theater to provide an understanding of organizations and coordination requirement capabilities.

ATP 4-43 contains five chapters and eight appendices.

Chapter 1 provides a brief discussion of the Army’s role in petroleum supply in a theater of operations to give the reader a basic understanding of the mission and responsibilities but without duplicating the information found on sustainment ADPs, ADRPs, and FMs.

Chapter 2 provides information on safety aspects of petroleum supply operations to include grounding, bonding, fire prevention and suppression, and introduces petroleum quality surveillance.

Chapter 3 introduces petroleum supply organizations at brigade and echelons-above-brigade levels to give the reader an understanding of where he fits in the petroleum supply hierarchy. It also gives the reader an understanding of units located at echelons above and below to enhance coordination efforts.

Chapter 4 describes the various petroleum storage and distribution systems and the capabilities of each to give the reader an understanding of the types of equipment that is organic to his organization.

Chapter 5 introduces multiservice units and equipment to provide the reader with a basic understanding of other services with which his organization might need to coordinate for either support or replenishment.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149645220
  • Publisher: eBook Formating Team
  • Publication date: 8/2/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 119
  • File size: 238 KB

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